Independent arts and crafts merchants flock to Fort Mason Center for the annual San Francisco Renegade Craft Fair to show off homemade wares and celebrate hands-on production.
The creative relationship between Man Ray and Lee Miller spawned some of the most iconic pieces of the surrealist movement, and arguably, of the twentieth century, in the visual arts.
The immediate visceral reaction to the new Cindy Sherman Exhibition at SFMOMA is laughter, the droll laughter of disbelief and awe at the sheer breadth, intellectual complexity and playful verve of Sherman’s photos.
Take a look, it’s not a book, but a new iPad app for Reading Rainbow meant to encourage reading in a generation doomed to go without the televised form of Sesame Street after its cancellation due to budget constraints in 2006.
The Bay Area has been at the forefront of the fight to foment political change, pushing for the rights of those communities that have been marginalized by government policies and the public at large.
Every January, the Sundance Film Festival introduces first-time actors, writers and directors, initially to festival goers, and later, other film festivals and, if they’re fortunate enough for their film to secure a distributor, mainstream, general audiences.
It’s that time of year again–the Fillmore Jazz Festival is coming to San Francisco for a free two-day extravaganza featuring music, food, local arts and crafts and a special homage to Etta James.